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for this technique is lidocaine because it is labeled for cows and it is inexpensive, relatively safe, and has an established withdrawal time. The duration of action of lidocaine is relatively short (approx 90 minutes). 4 While most procedures can be

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treatment is pursued when there is a lack of response to medical therapy, and survival has been reported at 47.5% and 100%, although the latter only had a sample size of 5 rabbits. 1 , 7 Lidocaine is a sodium channel blocker that has been used in both

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arterial waveform is severely dampened and the pulse rate does not match that of the ECG. Treatment and Outcome Initial treatment consisted of discontinuing dobutamine and the administration of lidocaine. A 2 mg/kg IV lidocaine bolus was

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Caudal epidural anesthesia is commonly used in veterinary medicine to allow diagnostic, obstetric, and surgical intervention in the perineal region of large animals. 1,2 The most common anesthetics that are administered epidurally are lidocaine

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outcome measures to assess local nerve blocks affecting the oral cavity in dogs. 9 Lidocaine and bupivacaine are commonly used in veterinary practice as local anesthetics with shorter and longer durations of action, respectively. Mixtures of lidocaine

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anesthetic administered by adding injectable drugs with MAC-decreasing properties and with less depressant cardiovascular effects. In research dogs, fentanyl 3 and lidocaine 4 caused a dose-dependent decrease in the MAC of inhalation anesthetics, and both

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interest, the analgesic use of ketamine in cats is limited by the paucity of scientific data. 10 Lidocaine is an amide local anesthetic. When administered IV, lidocaine has been reported to provide analgesia in various painful conditions (whether

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anesthesia in horses has focused mainly on nonopioid drugs, such as α 2 -adrenoceptor agonists, ketamine, and lidocaine. 9–11 Intravenous administration of lidocaine has been reported to reduce the risk of postoperative ileus after abdominal surgery in

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to desensitize a cat's larynx with a local anesthetic agent prior to tracheal intubation. 2 Lidocaine (as a 2%, 4%, or 10% spray solution) is commonly used topically for laryngeal desensitization before tracheal intubation in cats. Because

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achieving preoperative mydriasis. Intracameral injection of epinephrine has been used as an adjunct to preoperative mydriatics or as the sole dilating agent in humans and other animals. 2,9 In humans, intracamerally injected lidocaine is considered

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